Pinnacle Bank Arena provides over 15,000 fans with the chance to see marquee artists in an amazing setting. Opened in 2013, the venue is ideal for hosting top entertainment events all year long.Get ready for a concert by Katy Perry by browsing through the Pinnacle Bank Arena information below.
Pinnacle Bank Arena Seating Information
Pinnacle Bank Arena has two different stage setups available, either at one end near 100-level seating of or centered in the middle of the floor. There are three levels of seating (100, 200, 300), in addition to floor seating and premium suites and loge boxes in between the 100 and 200 levels. Floor seats will likely be the most sought-after Katy Perry tickets, with direct sightlines to the stage; followed by the 100-level seats and the 200-level seats. The 300-level seats will be the most affordable for fans looking for a convenient way to fit a concert into their budget.
Pinnacle Bank Arena General Information
No outside food or drink of any kind will be allowed into the arena. Fans will be allowed to bring personal cameras for most events, but cameras with detachable lenses and audio and video recording is prohibited. If any questions arise while at the arena, guest services are located behind section 112 and a first aid station will be behind section 111.
Pinnacle Bank Arena Parking Information
Pinnacle Bank Arena has plenty of parking available in lots to the north and west of the building, and an onsite parking garage will also provide concert-goers with another option for parking for a small fee. A pedestrian bridge will connect the south parking area to give fans easy access to the building.
Pinnacle Bank Arena Gate Times
Pinnacle Bank Arena will generally open two hours before the start of a show.
Pinnacle Bank Arena Accessibility
Pinnacle Bank Arena was designed to be completely handicap-accessible. There are 115 wheelchair positions as well as the companion seats to match, but guests must mention that they need accessible seating when purchasing the tickets. In addition to the accessible seating, there will also be a vehicle drop-off, sign language interpreters, audio devices, wheelchair assistance, restrooms, drinking fountains, phones and counters for those in need.